SEC Whistleblower Attorney, Jordan A. Thomas established website, Securities and Exchange Commission Whistleblower Advocate to promote honesty in the securities industry. The site provides prospective whistleblowers and institutions with substantial information regarding the Whistleblower Program, eligibility requirements, and other resources. It encourages tippers to be courageous and fearless to participate in protecting national and global economies from crisis caused by SEC violations. Gain access to law firm, Labaton Sucharow from the site to request for information or schedule a free consultation appointment. Learn about the latest news involving recent filed and settled cases, and monetary awards issued to former whistleblowers.
Thomas career began as a stockbroker after earning a B.A. and J.D. from Bennington College and Southwestern Law School. He pursued a legal career as a Navy Judge Advocate while serving on active duty and later, joined the Department of Justice as a trial attorney. After leaving the Justice Department, he served as Assistant Director and Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel for SEC and its Enforcement Division Department. While working for the Securities and Exchange Commission, Jordan was assigned to cases involving Citibank, Enron, Fannie Mae, and other institutions. He has years of expertise in the investment and legal industries involving investigations, litigations, and supervision of enforcement cases.
When Thomas completed his duties and responsibilities serving SEC, he immediately joined Labaton Sucharow Law Firm as Partner and Chair. The Firm is the first in the nation to specialize in SEC Whistleblower Law and provide legal representation to whistleblowers, investors, and official clients. Jordan serves as Chair of the Whistleblower Practice & Representation to provide legal services of protection and advocacy on behalf of whistleblowers. In June 2016, Labaton announced one of their whistleblower clients was awarded the second highest monetary settlement for exposing SEC violations.
Now that the SEC Whistleblower Program is entering its seventh year, Jordan A. Thomas said he expects more tippers will come forward to expose illegal trading practices and other violations. In 2016, Labaton Sucharow has seen more whistleblowers, such as investors, executives, employees, and officers file tips to SEC exposing illegal securities violations. Tippers are encouraged to report all forms of frauds, including violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, failure to audit, and unethical practice of investment advisor. Contact a reputable SEC Whistleblower attorney by visiting Labaton Sucharow’s SEC Whistleblower Advocacy website. Callers and website visitors may avoid using their legal names when contacting the law firm.